2017 Community Meeting

2017 Community Meeting

Thank you to all who attended, supported and promoted the Community Meeting!

We had a full house at Canyon Ridge Middle School and made a strong impression on our guests and elected officials. We heard from a comprehensive panel discussing transportation and related issues and learned of a path forward to get the next round of RM620 improvements into plan. It seems we have a window where the money will be there, the plan options are there from TxDOT, and everyone in the room supported taking the next steps beyond the “bypass” project to improve safety and mobility for years to come (6 lanes with median and eventually express lanes). Now we need to cement support for moving forward aggressively by keeping up the pressure until we get a comprehensive plan to build out the improvements TxDOT presented for RM620 in a timely manner. We will need to work with our elected officials, surrounding communities and CAMPO to get this done – but based on the turnout this evening we are up to the task and we have support from our representatives.

For these improvements to happen, we will need your help as a community, so please take the time to do the following:

  1. If you were at the meeting, please provide feedback here so we can confirm support and gather concerns: CLICK HERE TO PROVIDE FEEDBACK
  2. Register your email so we can keep in touch to coordinate action (you can also make a donation): CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  3. Consider a nomination to the SRNA Board of Directors so you can help shape these issues and more: CLICK HERE FOR BOARD

You can view the PDF of the meeting presentation here: MEETING_PDF

Meeting Video – click here to go to YouTube including video hyperlinks to specific segments of the meeting (click on “Show More” to access segment links), or watch below

Video Index (Click links to jump to the segments of this meeting)
00:00:00 :
Brian Thompto, SRNA Chairman
Welcome and Introduction
00:06:35 :
Paul Workman, Texas State Representative
Capital Update
00:16:21 :
Jimmy Flannigan, Austin City Councilman – District 6
Austin Transportation Bond Update
00:25::46 :
Brigid Shea, Travis County Commissioner ‐ Precinct 2
CAMPO Transportation Funding
00:32:17 :
David Greear, Travis County Engineering Division Manager
New Signal: Steiner Ranch Blvd @ RM620
0:44:35 :
Bruce Byron, TxDOT Project Manager / Public Involvement
RM620 / FM2222 Improvement Overview
0:56:08 :
RM620 Corridor Options

  • Don’t forget to provide Feedback after checking out the PDF and watching the video, so we can confirm support and gather concerns: CLICK HERE TO PROVIDE FEEDBACK

See below for meeting invite:

Mark your calendar for this important event….

Community Wide Transportation Meeting

Wednesday January 25, 2017, 7:00 pm

Canyon Ridge Middle School – 12601 Country Trails Ln, Austin, TX

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Presentations and Questions with

  • TxDOT and County Traffic Engineers
  • Texas Representative Paul Workman
  • Travis County Commissioner Brigid Shea
  • Austin City Councilman Jimmy Flannigan

Agenda Topics:

  •  TxDOT will Preview New Plan for RM 620

    • Next Round of RM 620 improvements from Mansfield Dam to US 183
    • RM 620 Corridor Report: Boulevard / Express Lanes
  • Latest Status for RM 620 / 2222 Improvements

    • See Current Plans for Additional Lanes and Bypass, Timeline, and Funding
  • New Light at RM 620 & Steiner Ranch Blvd
    • Improved Safety and Access

SRNA is very pleased to announce that the next round of concept plans for improving 620 & 2222 are finally ready. TxDOT will make the presentation at a community wide meeting – open to everyone – on January 25, 2017, 7pm @ CRMS– don’t miss it!  This is your chance to meet with engineers and your elected officials to stay informed and influence projects for the Four Points area. Please join us at the meeting and help us make critical transportation improvements a reality!

SRNA is a non-profit organization dedicated to the greater Steiner Ranch community:

independent from HOA’s and developers
including everyone between Lake Travis, Lake Austin and the BCCP.

SRNA has been an advocate for our community – ensuring that our area’s needs are taken seriously.

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